Stephanie Rawlings-Blake overwhelmingly won her bid for Baltimore City Mayor in the Baltimore City General Election held yesterday, November 8. She defeated her Republican opponent, Alfred V. Griffin, III. The city has not had a Republican mayor since 1967.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake has served the City of Baltimore as Mayor for nearly two years, taking over the seat vacated by then Mayor Sheila Dixon.
Bernard Young also won the bid for the Council President seat. Two years ago he ran for and won the Council President seat vacated by then Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. With the exception of District 2, all former Councilpersons won their bid for re-election. Below is a listing of those winners.
New to the Council will be Brandon Scott of District 2 and Nick Mosby of District 7.
District 1 James B. Kraft
District 2 Brandon M. Scott
District 3 Robert W. Curran
District 4 Bill Henry
District 5 Rochelle Spector
District 6 Sharon Green Middleton
District 7 Nick Mosby
District 8 Helen L. Holton
District 9 William Welch
District 10 Edward L. Reisinger
District 11 William Cole
District 12 Carl Stokes
District 13 Warren Branch
District 14 Mary Pat Clarke